After you write some descriptive words about your item, eBay displays
categories where items like yours were often found. Once you have
selected a category, check to make sure it is a good fit by clicking on See
Sample Listings. This will display Completed listings in that category – it is
always worth it to check. Once you choose the best category for your item,
click Save & Continue. eBay may suggest additional categories for your
item. If you believe, your item fits into more than one category; you may
add a second category. This enables more buyers to see your listing.
However, though additional fees apply for listing in two categories.
2. Title A well‐written Title will help to sell your item!
You have total 55 characters, (about 10 words) to describe your item. That
means choose the words carefully, think about the best way to describe
your item. In a way, a Title is the summary of your long description that you
will write it later.
Use multiple, descriptive keywords that clearly convey what you are selling.
Specify your itemʹs brand name, artist, or designer.
Specify your itemʹs attributes such as: if you are selling a pair of boots;
Example: Brand new, waterproof, black ,Totes boots, women size 7
You may specify your item’s country/location is it from. Example: New
Italian Brown Leather Laptop Case
Avoid using uncommon abbreviation when you write a title.
eBay search usually brings exact matches as search result.
Avoid using silly words, made up words,
wow, @@Look, or characters, ###cheappppp!
Avoid misspelling the words especially brand name of your item.
Such as; IVM Laptop, instead of writing IBM laptop.
Avoid wasting space with prepositions.
Using a single space is enough to separate words.
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